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Michael Jordan Gets $8.9 Million In Steak Lawsuit

Michael Jordan, the man from the crying meme, was awarded $8.9 million by a federal court in Chicago yesterday after he won his lawsuit against Dominick’s, a now-defunct grocery store that used his image in an advertisement for steak in 2009. The ad ran in a commemorative issue of Sports Illustrated and only two… »8/22/15 12:45pm8/22/15 12:45pm

Kendall Gill Remembers How He Learned Not To Trash Talk Michael Jordan

It’s kind of crazy that we’re still hearing new stories about Michael Jordan’s famously hyper-competitive streak this far past his playing career. Today, Kendall Gill posted a video of one particular incident when MJ got his revenge on him and Alonzo Mourning after the young ‘uns had the audacity to poke His Airness: »4/09/15 3:50pm4/09/15 3:50pm

Hideous $200 Ferrari Air Jordans Will Have You Puking Brand Synergy

I sometimes like to say that Ferrari is the Kanye West of automakers: immensely talented, but also burdened with an ego so massive it has its own gravitational pull. You know who else is worthy of that comparison? Michael Jordan. That's why these new $200 Ferrari-themed Air Jordans make a ton of sense. »9/03/14 12:39pm9/03/14 12:39pm

Reminder: The LeBron Free Agency Circus Is The NBA's Fault

We're watching the rubber band snap on LeBron free agency coverage. We waited all year to see what would happen, and now that it's happening, there's... rather a lot of coverage, isn't there? But remember, whatever hysterics into which teams and Twitter and ESPN have been thrown were created by the owners' best… »7/07/14 4:49pm7/07/14 4:49pm

Craig Ehlo On What It Felt Like To Be On The Other Side Of "The Shot"

Twenty-five years ago today, Michael Jordan hit "The Shot," a play that remains one of the signature highlights of his career. Craig Ehlo, the man who makes up the other half of that iconic moment, talked to us last year about what it was like to guard Michael Jordan. Here's how he remembers the shot that reduced him… »5/07/14 5:01pm5/07/14 5:01pm

Michael Jordan "Completely Outraged" By Sterling's "Sickening" Views

Michael Jordan, majority owner of the Charlotte Bobcats, released a statement destroying Donald Sterling, stating there was no room in the NBA for an owner with such racist beliefs. Much like LeBron and and President Obama, Jordan puts pressure on the league and Commission Adam Silver to take action. It is the most… »4/27/14 1:45pm4/27/14 1:45pm